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Michael Grandinetti


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Since his first professional performance fifteen years ago, Michael Grandinetti's reputation for cutting edge magic and a charismatic personality has spread throughout the world.

He has appeared on countless stages and television programs including Entertainment Tonight, Crook & Chase, FOX & Friends, New York Today, The Bold and the Beautiful, The Jerry Lewis Telethon and NBC’s The World’s Most Dangerous Magic.

He has traveled internationally, performing illusions for Fortune 500 Companies and major corporations including Bayer, JDA Software, Countrywide, Hewlett Packard and Harley Davidson. He has amazed audiences at Heinz Hall, The Kodak Theater in Hollywood, Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh and Grand Central Station in New York. His original illusions have been featured in both Las Vegas and Branson. Michael was recently interviewed for the book "Variety Careers: Gaining Respect" along with six other noted illusionists, including famed Las Vegas performer Lance Burton. Earlier this year, Michael was honored to be a featured performer for the 22,000 guests at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington DC.

A partial list of Michael's live performances include CBS Television's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, the "Wonderful World of Christmas" show at Heinz Hall produced by Marvin Hamlisch, the Woman of Valor Gala in Beverly Hills with celebrity organizers including Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, and Jamie Lee Curtis, over 100 shows at the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, and on the red carpet of ESPN's "ESPY Awards".

With stunning sleight of hand, innovative platform magic and spectacular grand illusions, Michael shows his audiences a side of magic they will not forget.

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